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Vox Nostra


Eclectic Prog

3.20 | 12 ratings

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3 stars you can find a good quality recording to listen to on I had an MP3 disc to review, but on this site I noticed how the music sounds much more dynamic. My first impression was of a tempered relaxed Magma without the ambitious elements, mixed with lighter tracks that create a feeling of a slightly religious and dedicated concentration, a bit like a mass, where Latin is used in a liturgic way. There is enough happening that even with the lighter foot edge this combination works pretty well. Especially the vocals and some tracks will remind more often of Magma, in a tempered way, and also, in a different (-the sacral song inspiration-) context. The piano/keyboards is sometimes more jazz, is rather classical and is one of the lighter elements. Not too much electric guitar is added but their approach is good. Actually an enjoyable album. It does not exist as a real CD yet but I guess this must or will happen some day.
geraldpsyche | 3/5 |


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